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Shark Tale (2004)
This is undeniably the worst film DreamWorks has ever made. The fish look creepy as hell, the main character is too stupid and unlikable to root for, it gives Batman and Robin a run for it's money in the bad pun department, and it's full of dated humor.
House of the Dead (2003)
Every character is a dumb ass, The direction is horrible, the action scenes are uninspired, the story has almost nothing to do with the video games, and the story that the movie focuses on makes no sense.
I could write a 10 page essay explaining what's wrong with this movie, and I would only be scratching the surface. This movie is so bad, that it invented the fan edited movie.
90% of this movie is just bland underdeveloped characters being stuck in an apartment while the interesting alien invasion parts are in the background. And finally when the movie starts to get interesting, it just ends. What a letdown.
Bad humour, annoying characters, and some of the ugliest CGI animation you'll ever see in your life is just part of what makes this movie unwatchable.
The Highlander 2 of animated films, the animation is lazy, the characters are unmemorable, the story has more plot holes than swiss cheese, and the dark atmosphere of the original is nowhere to be found.
I have a great deal of sympathy for the Gene Hackman, Margot Kidder, and Christopher Reeve for making this movie. It's poorly written and full of cheap special effects that look more dated than the first two movies.
I've seen my fair share of mockbusters, but this, in my opinion, is the cheapest and the laziest.
Just like Highlander 2, it's full of lazy writing and dated computer generated effects.
Scary Movie 5 (2013)
They really should have stopped after the second movie, because by this point, parody movies have become predictable and unfunny just like the jokes in this movie. The only reason it exists is to give Charlie Sheen and Lindsay Lohan a solid paycheck.
Caddyshack II (1988)
This lazy cash-in has only one returning cast member from the first film, is Rated PG where first was Rated R, and Deservedly bombed at the Box-office.
The Fantastic Four (1994)
A movie that is so cheap, so poorly acted, and so downright awful, it was never released.
The Wild (2006)
This is what happens when Disney tries to follow the DreamWorks formula and fails miserably.
Cars 2 (2011)
The first film was Pixar's weakest film at the time, but it made a billion dollars in merchandise so they greenlit a sequel.
Texas Chainsaw 3D (2013)
It's just as bad as Texas Chainsaw : The Next Generation, and just to add insult to injury, they turned Leatherface, one horror's most iconic villains, into a good guy.
Godzilla: The Album (1998 Film) - Various Artists
This illogical, annoyingly acted rip off of Jurassic Park did to Godzilla what Batman and Robin did to Batman. It was so bad that Godzilla's creators at Toho had to reboot the franchise.
One of the most boring and contrived action movies I've ever seen.
The Happening (2008)
Horrible film, but extra points for being so bad it's good.
The Avengers (1998)
As a casual fan of the tv show from the 60s I try to pretend that this movie never happened.
Halloween II (2009)
Nonsensical, pretentious, and nedlessly grim sequel to a so/so original.
A continuation of the worst movies I've ever seen.
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